Tayto Park General Manager Charles Coyle and Tayto Park founder Raymond Coyle

This morning.

We found love, so don’t hide it.

The unveiling of the first stages of what will be Europe’s largest inverted rollercoaster  in Tayto Park, Ashbourne, Co. Meath.

Tayto Park opens it’s doors again on Thursday, March 26 and organisers say the rollercoaster will be ready by the Summer”.

Take that, so called King Crisps.

(Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland)

28 thoughts on “The Taytocoaster

  1. Thomas

    Is it not Europe’ largest Wooden Rollercoaster. Inverted Rollercoaster tend to be made of steel.

      1. Talismania!

        And that was the only folly the people of Tayto Park ever took on… Except for the chipstick skyscraper, and that 50 ft climbing wall that everyone falls off 5 feet up, and the Tayto plant tour to nowhere.

  2. andyourpointiswhatexactly

    Opens it’s doors???? TSK TSK.

    Dunno why it’s wood, but I’ve been on the Batman inverted rollercoaster. Sh*t cool.

  3. lolly

    roller coasters are cheaper to build but more expensive to maintain but are generally considered much cooler. I for one cannot wait to try it out.

  4. lolly

    that should say “wooden roller coasters are cheaper to build” and there shouldn’t be a second “but”…

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